Lane Departure Warning

Some articles on lane departure warning, lane, warning:

Lane Departure Warning System - Timeline of Available Systems
... 2001 Nissan Motors began offering a lane-keeping support system on the Cima sold in Japan ... In this system, a camera (mounted in the overhead console above the mirror) monitors the lane markings on a roadway ... A warning tone is triggered to alert the driver when the vehicle begins to drift over the markings ...
Lane Departure Warning System
... In road-transport terminology, a lane departure warning system is a mechanism designed to warn a driver when the vehicle begins to move out of its lane (unless a turn signal is ... Safety Administration (NHTSA) began studying whether to mandate lane departure warning systems and frontal collision warning systems on automobiles ...

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